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July 2017
Sarah Phillips and Jennifer Hunt explore development and security narratives in Oman
Jingdong Yuan discusses China and the SCO: 'India and Pakistan’s accession is major gain for Beijing'
Jingdong Yuan writes on Trump's dangerous game with China and North Korea
Dr Bogais & Dr Atkinson present at Optimising Hybrid IT Conference
A critical read, James Der Derian writes on 'War in the Twenty-first Century: Visible, Invisible, or Superpositional?'
June 2017
Carnegie Corporation of New York announces award to CISS for Project Q
Charlotte Epstein's new book is out now
Critical Juncture - Future Imperfect?
Sarah Phillips writes on the 'The Norm of State-monopolised Violence From a Yemeni Perspective'
May 2017
Is uncertainty the defining feature of our contemporary experience?
How much power can the government have?
Improving Political Engagement via Facebook in Thailand
Frank Smith to present research on quantum technology's influence on international security at UC Berkeley
What are North Korea's chemical-weapon capabilities?
Wittgenstein and the Dangers of Certainty
April 2017
Listen to Dr. Justin Hastings' public talk on North Korea in the global economy
March 2017
The Cyber Age Demands a New Understanding of War -- but We'd Better Hurry
CISS to participate at the NTS-Asia Consortium Annual Conference in Singapore this March
Fulbright Scholar chooses Sydney to study world-renown Health Security program
Can social media give sharks a better reputation?
Cindy Vestergaard on nuclear safeguards at the Australian National University
CISS welcomes Thomas Biersteker and Cindy Vestergaard as new Visiting Fellows
Chemical Assassination: The Role of International Organizations
February 2017
The worst-case scenario of the apparent nerve toxin murder of Kim Jong Nam
Project Q debuts sneak preview of forthcoming documentary at the annual ISA conference
CISS members attend the ISA Conference in Baltimore this February
Project Q is highlighted in this new piece on 'quantum philanthropy'
What are Donald Trump's Foreign Policy Plans in Asia?
Bangladesh's controversial relocation plan for Rohingya refugees
Dr. Frank Smith to provide keynote presentation on Australia and cyber security
Five predictions for China in 2017
January 2017
New ASPI report by Jingdong Yuan on Sino-US military exchanges from 2001-2016
CISS members met with Australian Ambassador Gillian Bird at DFAT
December 2016
Recent promotions for CISS members
November 2016
Launch success for Dr. Ryan Griffiths' latest book on secessionist movements
Adam Kamradt-Scott receives a SOAR Fellowship for his work with the World Health Organisation
A/Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott and Dr. Justin Hastings awarded ARC grants in latest round of awards
Duterte plays a long game to secure Philippine advantage
October 2016
CISS members awarded funding under the university's new industry and community engagement scheme
Simon Reay Atkinson to deliver a paper at the Submarine Institute of Australia's 8th Annual Conference
Malware and Disease: Lessons from Cyber Intelligence for Public Health Surveillance
September 2016
Project Q featured in article on quantum technologies and international relations published in Foreign Affairs
August 2016
An interview with James Der Derian on E-International Relations
Adam Kamradt-Scott to present a keynote speech at the Safe Cities Conference
Fifteen nations placed on genocide watchlist
July 2016
South China Sea Ruling: What's Next for China?
June 2016
Averting US-China conflict in the Asia-Pacific: a review article by Jingdong Yuan
Documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney speaks to James Der Derian
Violence and the Contradictory Coexistence of Peace and Conflict in the Asia Pacific Region
Dr. Christopher Neff comments on the Orlando shooting on Australian media
May 2016
Christopher Neff discusses queer politics and the American General Election on ABC's Planet America
The quest for quantum on Future Tense
Pitfalls lie ahead as Myanmar advances along its democratic road
How Duterte won the election on Facebook
When less was more: external assistance and the political settlement in Somaliland
Where does Taiwan stand on the South China Sea?
Yemen - looking beyond counterterrorism
November 2015
A/Professor Jingdong Yuan to visit the National University of Singapore as Senior Visiting Research Fellow
August 2015
CISS Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais newly appointed with the Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asian Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC
July 2014
ARC's Future Fellowship Awarded to Associate Professor Benjamin Goldsmith
June 2013
Somaliland: Where sovereignty means something
November 2012
CISS Dr Sarah Phillips awarded prestigious Australian research grants
December 2011
Dr Sarah Phillips conducts scoping study in Somaliland